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Pied Puffbird
Pied Puffbird (Notharchus tectus subsp. picatus) Sexes similar. Canopy tower platform in the Napo River floodplain. Tree canopy from a platform that was 36 m 118 ft) above the ground in a Kapok tree (Ceiba pentandra: Malvaceae). The top of the tree was actually another 12-15 m (39-49 ft) above the platform. Napo Wildlife Center, Yasuni National Park, Orellna Province, Ecuador. Napo River floodplain, Ecuadorian amazonian rainforest at ca. 200 m (656 ft) elevation.
Habitat
Napo River floodplain, Ecuadorian amazonian rainforest at ca. 200 m (656 ft) elevation.
Location
Napo Wildlife Center, Yasuni National Park, Orellna Province, Ecuador.
Date taken
January 2016
Scientific name
Notharchus tectus
Equipment used
Canon
Staff member
Opus Editor
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OMG!!!! WOW Stanley - isn't he beautiful!!!!

That's a cracking picture you've taken of him - many thanks my friend.
 
What a handsome bird, Stanley! And what a fabulous study you took.
 
WOW, what a delightful sweetie he is!! Another exclusive bird, find & shot; Stanley!! tfs.
 
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What a delightful bird with a lovely quizzical look in its pose! Perhaps I could have been tempted up that tree if you got all these wonderful birds at the same time!

Chris
 
Beautifully captured to show the colors. Looks like the name fits too. Great job!

Vicki
 
An absolutely beautiful blend of black and white plumage.

A stellar shot!
 

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Central & South America & Mexico
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